The Digital Resilience in the American Workforce project team is looking forward to hosting a LINCS discussion titled, Bridging Gaps in Adult Education Classrooms Through Digital Literacy Instructional Content.
With technology increasingly changing the way we work, learn, and connect, digital skills - from foundational to advanced - are becoming a prerequisite for full participation in the economy and society. An increased demand for digital skills requires modernization of the classroom including the materials and resources used to advance digital literacy skills and digital equity.
This LINCS discussion, scheduled April 4, 2022 – April 8, 2022, will cover themes such as digital resiliency, discrete digital skills development, transferability of skills as well as provide resources for adult education practitioners. We invite you to share your knowledge and experience during the online discussion here. (Note that you must be logged into LINCS to participate in the discussion.)